REFERENCE FILES

John's World

LINKS TO WEBSITES WITH GOOD READING

Alternative Current Forms for Grand Lodge

LODGE MEETING REPORTS

The current Lodge Meeting forms from Grand Lodge are in a format that not all members, or Lodge secretaries can read succesfully. Here are 3 files to allow hopefully all members to send in their Lodge information.

In MS Excel 2003-2007 format for users of Microsoft Office 2003-2007 without the updated file reader


In Open Document Format for users of LibreOffice, OpenOffice, IBM Symphony, Corel Wordperfect suite and virtually all others


In PDF format for those who want to print it out and enter with a pen.
THE 1734 COPY OF THE 1723 CONSTITUTION BY REV. BRO. JAMES ANDERSON

This American reprint of the original 1723 Book of Constitution, by the Rev Bro. James Anderson, was sanctioned by Benjamin Franklin. View or print on line
Ref: 1734 copy of 1723 Constitutions - http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1028&context=libraryscience

THE AIMS AND OBJECTS - AUTHORISED STATEMENT

A Copy of the New Zealand Grand Lodge's statement on the Aims and Objects of New Zealand Freemasonry.

Historic Files

On surfing the net for good articles on Freemasonry I come across websites which have many interesting topics. I have in the past extracted an article or two for including in my Food for Thought blogs and pages. However, they will naturally be those that interest me, and as such may not suit everybody who comes here. I have therefore decided to include links to interesting websites devoted to Freemasonry throughout the world.

This list will start with Midnight Freemasonry. It is a website like our own which keeps its back pages on line. I have collated from their site a Table of Contents in PDF format for all their isssues from 2009 to February 2018. I have included a link here to that file as well as their home page. This will allow you to download the Index and with the links enclosed in the PDF file go straight to the desired issue. Midnight Freemasons have made it relatively easy to do this, but I will try to do the same with the other sites I list in the future. I hope that Our Divisional websites become an index for world freemasons to find other masonic sites who are free and open.,